Fancy a bit of workout while working from home? It’s now possible for all 2020 Samsung Smart TV owners. The Samsung Health platform is now available on this year’s range of Samsung Smart TV models.
Huami and the Institute of Advanced Technology at University of Science and Technology of China (USTC-IAT) have established the Brain-computer Interface Joint Laboratory.
Mozzies, beware! With dengue fever prevalent in Singapore, Certis is leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) to tackle the mosquito problem. More specifically, the solution aims to deal with mosquito-borne diseases.
Amid the investment slowdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, GoBear has managed to secure an additional US$17 million in funding to help it become a full-fledged financial services platform.
Indochina is certainly becoming a happening place for innovations. Just a week after Vietnam’s VinAI announced that it was using the new NVIDIA DGX A100 for natural language processing research, Thailand’s Chulalongkorn University is now turning to the same system to power its Thailand 4.0 innovations.
Netflix is doing what most, if not all, service providers, have not done — cancel subcriptions of inactive accounts. And these are paid accounts so doing so will result in revenue loss for the streaming service provider.
Natural language processing (NLP) requires loads of computing power so research lab VinAI has turned to the new NVIDIA DGX A100 system — making it the first in Vietnam and one of the first in Southeast Asia to deploy the newly-launched GPU-accelerated data centre in a box.
Having an online shop is so important today. With people huddled at home and movement limited, online shopping has spiked, leaving those without an online presence behind.
Social distancing in manufacturing facilities is the new norm. To overcome this challenge of creating space between humans, manufacturers may get a little help from robots.
Taiwan Star Telecom (TST) has awarded Nokia a contract for end-to-end AirScale Radio Access network portfolio for 5G non-standalone networks that will lay the foundations for 5G standalone in the future.
Less than a month after Messenger Rooms was rolled out, Facebook has given this videoconferencing feature more room to grow by availing it on events and groups.
Google Play Music will stop playing by the end of 2020. It has joined a growing list of products that Google has canned over the year.
Razer’s offer to give five million masks to Singaporeans and Singapore residents to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic is nothing to be scoffed at. It’s a great act of charity from a company which makes Singapore its Southeast Asia headquarters.
For those in Singapore who do not have the latest version of the SingPass Mobile app, now’s a good time to do so. It will help greatly in facilitating entry into more than 40,000 malls and buildings using the SafeEntry app.
Qualcomm Technologies has unveiled the Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G Mobile Platform that is designed to deliver smart, immersive gaming experiences.
Shukun Technology was busy improving its AI-powered platform to diagnose heart disease and strokes when COVID-19 struck. The China AI startup quickly switched gear to develop a system that analyses chest CT scans to help speed up diagnoses of COVID-19 patients.
Australia-based Euclideon has released the latest version of its Vault Client software for Windows, which incorporates tools for visualising massive 3D datasets and related information to meet the increasing demand for new ways of handling such huge files.
Tokyo Game Show 2020 (TGS2020), one of the world’s top events for the gaming community, has been cancelled and moved online because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Australia-based Fusion Broadband has won the IBM Beacon Award for Outstanding Infrastructure Services Solution.
It’s been reported that Facebook is working on new versions of the Oculus Quest virtual reality (VR) headset. According to Bloomberg, the social networking giant is working on multiple potential successors to the Quest.
Microsoft will be expanding its global data centre footprint by establishing its first data centre region in New Zealand. With the new addition, it will have 60 regions around the world with Microsoft Azure available in more than140 countries.
Hot on the heels of its Mellanox purchase, NVIDIA has boosted its networking software capabilities following its acquisition of Cumulus Networks.
Nokia and Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) have deployed the first low-band NR700Mhz spectrum in a field test environment in a 5G network in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region.
5G is finally coming to Singapore. Traditionally a fast adopter of telecommunications technologies, the nation has been a tad slower than some others in moving to the next generation of mobile telecommunications.
Another free videoconferencing platform is available for everyone. Google has joined the likes of Facebook and Zoom by making its Meet business videoconferencing solution free for all from May.
Is this a sign of things to come in the tech industry? Wave Computing has filed for Chapter 11. And it’s a company that’s focused on artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning, an area that is still very much the flavour of the month.
Zoom Video Communications is banking on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to support its dazzling growth to 300 daily meeting participants in March.
Nokia has signed a multi-year contract with Bharti Airtel to deploy Nokia’s SRAN solution across nine circles in India. The move will enhance Airtel’s network capacity, particularly in 4G, by 2022.
Sweden-based IAR Systems will be further expanding into Asia with the opening of an office in India in Q3. It opened an office in Taiwan earlier this year.